Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Only through this decision on dual ownership can they expand in the short term.
The 60-to-90-day period he was given to sell that tiny share has passed, but officials are not concerned about his dual ownership.
The point of the game: match up stations and cities to create dual ownership.
The castle had two names, as befitted its dual ownership.
Dual ownership of major sports franchises is permitted, but only when they are in the same, or neutral, market.
But John Bartlett, a men's wear designer, said the dual ownership would not make him uncomfortable.
It substituted peasant proprietorship for dual ownership as the principle of land tenure.
Federal regulations prohibiting dual ownership of a daily newspaper and a broadcast television station are not expected to be a problem, at least not immediately.
Under the new rules or the old ones, Wichita Falls is classified as a small market, where dual ownership is barred and would remain prohibited.
He stated he would continue using the trademarked name "The Rock", per a dual ownership deal between him and WWE.
He attempted to defuse the land question with Balfour's dual ownership Second Land Act of 1881 which failed to eliminate tenant evictions.
Question: The co-op I live in recently amended its bylaws to permit dual ownership by two unrelated persons who purchase the stock together and were interviewed together.
Dual ownership is certain to be most noticed in New York because of Mr. Murdoch's ownership of The Post.
But the Senator said he acted because Mr. Murdoch "had it wired" for the Government to change the regulations blocking dual ownership of media outlets in the same city.
The savings derived from that dual ownership, along with the public financing, are among the reasons that Village Care has been able to develop the housing project, its first in Manhattan.
Senator Timothy Wirth, Democrat of Colorado, said that everyone else had complied with the ban on dual ownership "except this one individual," whom he accused of "sneaking around."
It was an AT&T subsidiary set up as dual ownership by AT&T and Western Electric, the manufacturing arm of AT&T.
This dual ownership was the cause of three centuries of bloody rivalry between the two families, one of old feudal stock, the other having prospered through commerce and service to royalty.
The new F.C.C. standards will allow dual ownership in cities where there are a sufficient number of "media voices," which include all radio and television stations, large daily newspapers and cable systems.
It is similar opportunities on the local level presented by dual ownership of stations in the same city that are at the center of News Corporation's plans for the Chris-Craft stations.
The rules of baseball prohibit this sort of dual ownership, though there are much bigger issues for Bud Selig, the baseball commissioner, to ponder, like the possibility of a strike.
And some of Australia's new attractiveness has been ignited by a coming change in media laws that relaxed regulations for dual ownership of television and print properties and rules on foreign control.
The vote is largely symbolic: under the dual ownership structure, the family owns 89 percent of Class B shares and elects 70 percent of the board, or 9 of 13 directors.
Dual ownership A nonprofit corporation (the CLT) acquires multiple parcels of land throughout a targeted geographic area with the intention of retaining ownership of these parcels forever.
He attempted to defuse the land question with dual ownership in the Second Land Act of 1881, establishing a Land Commission that reduced rents and enabled some tenants to buy their farms.